Filler isn’t just for fuller lips and the reduction of fine lines, it can also be used for a non-surgical nose job.
You may have seen it on Instagram, but what exactly is a nonsurgical nose job?
A nonsurgical nose job, sometimes referred to as ‘liquid rhinoplasty,’ is when filler is injected into the nose to recreate bone structure, perfect the slope of the nose, or reduce the appearance of bumps and an uneven structure.
It is a relatively new procedure that focuses on the small changes that can be achieved with dermal fillers. A few small injections of a hyaluronic filler can have a big effect on the appearance of one’s nose.
According to the American Society of Plastic Surgeons, one of the most common issues treated with the nonsurgical rhinoplasty is a pronounced bump along the nasal bridge.
Carefully placed filler injections can plump up the area around the bump, which gives the illusion of a straight nose. A nonsurgical nose job can also smooth small indentations, create a straighter looking nasal bridge, and lift a drooping nose tip. By making slight tweaks to the nose with filler injections, the overall appearance and facial symmetry can be improved.
Dissolvable and reversible, a nonsurgical nose job is great for those not ready to commit to rhinoplasty surgery. The ideal patient is looking for mild to moderate improvements in the shape or appearance of their nose. The benefits of a nonsurgical nose job are temporary, typically lasting from 12 to 18 months. No anesthesia is necessary; for the patient’s comfort, the doctors at Bruno | Brown Plastic Surgery will use a topical numbing cream.
- No downtime
- Bruising and swelling are minimal
- Procedure takes less than an hour
- Results are immediate
- Changes are reversible
- Benefits last approximately 12 months
- Dramatic results
If you’re interested in discussing your nonsurgical nose job in Washington, DC, contact us today for your consultation!